Wow, so if you can feel TS in your I4, I bet it's a lot more pronounced in the V6 models.NoobNox said:AWD isn't going to make any difference as far as torque steer goes...these are FWD vehicles no matter what setup you go with. I have the I4 so I can't comment on the V6 torque steer....but there is some you can feel if you accelerate sharply around a corner. Most of the time it isn't an issue however, and much better than FWD cars of the 80's-early 90's.
I test drove a 2006 Nissan Maxima that had a vicious amount of TS. Felt like the steering wheel was going to spin right out of my hands.
I'm surprised to read that AWD wouldn't counter any torque steer in these vehicles. I've owned two cars (Eagle Talon TSi/3000GT VR4) with AWD and had zero torque steer. Granted these vehicles were sports cars, not CUV's. None the less, they had a full time AWD system.